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    Forum Freshman
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    I am a complete beginner to forensic science and would really like to learn the basics of analysing evidence from a crime scene (from finger prints, hair/fibre, shoe prints, bodily fluids etc. to the even more complex). I've put a fair amount of time into research but have found very few websites with the clarity and detail i'm looking for; they are either too advanced - such as careers in forensics (with little or no educational information about the procedures) - or too juvenile - experiments for children (not overly relevant to true forensic science).
    If anyone knows or could recommend any websites with good, reasonably detailed information about the analysis of evidence (from the beginner upwards) I would be really appreciative.

    Thank you for your help.


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    You may find these useful; this is more from a forensic medicine aspect.

    http://www.forensicmed.co.uk/
    http://www.forensic-medecine.info/

    This one is a forensic pathology site which I used as a medical student for some of my forensics; it is a bit graphic.
    http://library.med.utah.edu/WebPath/FORHTML/FORIDX.html


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    Thank you Robbie. These websites are really useful.
    I appreciate your help.
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